ZambianMusic.net took time and met these called
Davaos crew are two beautiful ladies from Zambia who came together to form a girl’s group.
She attended my pre-grade, at Eagle school
from up to my grade seven, She did her secondary at pamodzi girls in mufulira central and completed in 2008 at the
same School the end of 2008, she moved to Lusaka to join her mum and sister, she meet her cousin Dalivao who
had done away with school.
The 2nd memeber of the group is by real name is Dalisto Violet Phiri born on 24th August 1990 from a family of
five girls and one boy. She went to Arakan high school from 2000 to 20014. By early 2005 I started singing even
when I meet my cousin Annie Phiri at church.
That’s when we formed the group DAVAOS.
We are chewe by tribe the come from the eastern province of
Zambia. At st . Patrick’s UCZ church violet and Annie phiri they sang together in the church choir, thats where they
discovered that they can sing as a group Davaos which was driven from the word promise.
They later gave it a try
from Black stone studio where they recorded their first song “Bouncing the Beat” as Davaos and
produced in 2010 from the same studio.
As you know practice makes perfect, they went on to compose and recorded their second song from trick star
studios which featured tyce, called “bye bye”from there and then they have been working with different artists
and studios who liked and believed in them.
for example they recorded their songs from Kamy studios, songs like
Bola,Holiday and Salula which happened to be our favourite: which was written and composed by paychi and
Tyce. It talks about never to give up in life but to hustle because there are ups and down in life but no one
knows what tomorrow holds.
They have also worked with Bailla who composed and written songs for them e.g TV
and Data.and it’s TV that was our second video after Salula but T.V heat the airwaves like no man’s business
which lead to its nomination of Born N Bred awards.Also worked with kekero the song featuring kayfigo titled
“PABA CHIMO”its a mad tune.